By J. Paul Guyer

This booklet offers introductory technical advice for civil engineers and different expert engineers and building managers attracted to layout of foundations for structures and different infrastructure in arctic and subarctic stipulations. here's what is discussed:
1. THERMAL EFFECTS
2. SEASONAL FROST HEAVE AND SETTLEMENT
3. GROUNDWATER
4. influence OF SURCHARGE
5. origin MATERIALS
6. STRUCTURAL MATERIALS.

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